Is it not the case that in every sphere, money rules the game?
If we are supported, by an ambitious, determined, focused BOD, with unlimited funds & their policy is to reach the top six consistently, & then back this financially, in terms of quality in management, coaching, playing staff, then we can start believing, & realistically aim high. If we we have a BOD (as it appears is the case) that work within an agreed budget .. And to do so so, accept that if we are fortunate enough to have quality players, these players will move on to balance expenditure, I fear we should accept our limitations
Having unlimited funds is not the only answer & money will never be a guarantee of success. But if each time we start to build & show potential, we "move on" our better players, it would seem to me, we would be better keeping our dreams, well in check. None of this is a criticism of the backing we have had from FPS ... it is just as I see it.
We are in a strange position just now. No one wanted relegated, but we are where we are ... And in terms of Manager & Building a Total New Team, there may well be exciting times ahead for FPS/DFC/Fans & Supporters. Is it possible to dream & aim high within the confines of a realistic limited budget? I'm not sure.
It looks like again, the FPS is again stepping up to the plate with additional finance.
A bit success and consistency on the Park and I am sure the supporters will return.
If we're really serious of being a Top Six Premiership Club hosted in a New Stadium.
we've to start building a team for the future & holding on to it. If not, so be it. DFC